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Mahler’s 9th for Four Hands

The Long Story Mahler’s towering 9th Symphony is one of the single most profound musical statements ever written, culminating in a final movement that unfolds as an extended meditation on mortality, slowly and achingly exploring the space between sound and silence, presence and absence, life and death. Normally this piece requires a 100-person orchestra, but ... Read more

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Mahler’s 9th for Four Hands

The Long Story Mahler’s towering 9th Symphony is one of the single most profound musical statements ever written, culminating in a final movement that unfolds as an extended meditation on mortality, slowly and achingly exploring the space between sound and silence, presence and absence, life and death. Normally this piece requires a 100-person orchestra, but ... Read more

Recurring

Mahler’s 9th for Four Hands

The Long Story Mahler’s towering 9th Symphony is one of the single most profound musical statements ever written, culminating in a final movement that unfolds as an extended meditation on mortality, slowly and achingly exploring the space between sound and silence, presence and absence, life and death. Normally this piece requires a 100-person orchestra, but ... Read more

Recurring

Mahler’s 9th for Four Hands

The Long Story Mahler’s towering 9th Symphony is one of the single most profound musical statements ever written, culminating in a final movement that unfolds as an extended meditation on mortality, slowly and achingly exploring the space between sound and silence, presence and absence, life and death. Normally this piece requires a 100-person orchestra, but ... Read more

Recurring

Mahler’s 9th for Four Hands

The Long Story Mahler’s towering 9th Symphony is one of the single most profound musical statements ever written, culminating in a final movement that unfolds as an extended meditation on mortality, slowly and achingly exploring the space between sound and silence, presence and absence, life and death. Normally this piece requires a 100-person orchestra, but ... Read more

Recurring

Mahler’s 9th for Four Hands

The Long Story Mahler’s towering 9th Symphony is one of the single most profound musical statements ever written, culminating in a final movement that unfolds as an extended meditation on mortality, slowly and achingly exploring the space between sound and silence, presence and absence, life and death. Normally this piece requires a 100-person orchestra, but ... Read more